Thought from Fr. Colm - 20th March 2020

I will be saying Mass this Sunday, the Fourth Sunday of Lent and, I will be alone - which I find very difficult, as I will greatly miss your physical presence. Indeed, as the Eucharist is at the heart of our Christian gathering, it seems a contradiction not to be with the community. But we all know how exceptional these circumstances are. That is why it will be important to know that you are sharing with me in a more profound spiritual communion. Many of you have access to Mass on the many websites available, and please do avail of them. But do also join me, and all our parishioners in quiet spiritual togetherness at 10.00am.

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